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Periscope update now allows you to see if someone take screenshots during stream

A girl takes photos of the Kokino megalithic observatory during the summer solstice celebration in Kumanovo June 21, 2013. The 3,800 years old observatory was discovered in 2001 in the north-western town of Kumanovo 70 km (43 miles) north from capital Skopje and is ranked as the fourth oldest observatory in the world after Egypt's Abu Simbel, Britain's Stonehenge and Cambodia's Angkor Wat according to NASA.  REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) - RTX10W1Q
A girl takes photos of the Kokino megalithic observatory during the summer solstice celebration in Kumanovo June 21, 2013. The 3,800 years old observatory was discovered in 2001 in the north-western town of Kumanovo 70 km (43 miles) north from capital Skopje and is ranked as the fourth oldest observatory in the world after Egypt's Abu Simbel, Britain's Stonehenge and Cambodia's Angkor Wat according to NASA. REUTERS/Ognen Teofilovski (MACEDONIA - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT TRAVEL) - RTX10W1Q

Amsterdam, Sept. 23 : Twitter owned Periscope has released a new version for the iOS that allows them to see is the viewers are taking screenshots during their stream.

According to The Next Web, when a viewer takes a screenshot while the users are broadcasting, then a screenshot icon will appear on the screen alongside the hearts.

This will let the users and everyone else know that a screenshot has been taken.

In addition, Periscope has updated its Private Broadcast feature, so now when the users can now select either individual ‘mutuals'(people that the users follow and who also follow them) from the invite list or select everybody on it with a single click. (ANI)